I'm a UK resident and own a retail business. Annual salary/dividend of around £43k pa and I try to put in as much as I can in to my Stocks & Shares ISA. Next year I will be moving to Malaysia to form a completely new company. I asked my accountant about being taxed in the UK on any income/dividends earned in Malaysia and he advised that as long as I don't send it to my UK bank account then I won't be liable for UK tax.
However, I wasn't completely convinced and the more reading I do the more complicated it seems to get.
Any advice would be appreciated. In a perfect world I'd like to continue being taxed on my UK income/dividends and student loans and inputting in to my ISA while living in Malaysia permanently, earning dividends and paying Malaysian tax on my Malaysian earned income. I have no intention of sending Malaysian earned income back to the UK.
Thanks for any input.